Legal Tips for Startups and Small Businesses

2017-09-12
Organizer: Tech Talent South - Raleigh
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Are you thinking of launching a startup or growing a small business? Are you unfamiliar with--or getting overwhelmed by--the various legal aspects around such a venture? Do you want to get law-savvy and confident that you're doing the right things? Join us!

Jason Idilbi, formerly a business litigator and now in-house legal counsel at Passport, the leading provider of mobile payment parking and transit software in North America (and Charlotte's fastest growing private company), will be offering invaluable advice on the many legal issues involved in starting and running a small business and getting you comfortable that you're dotting your i's and crossing your t's! 

Jason's presentation will cover topics such as business formation and registration, small business insurance, employment matters, contracting with customers and suppliers, taking on funding, and protecting intellectual property, to name just a few. Jason has been instrumental in growing Tech Talent South and we wanted to share the love, and his advice, with you all! His ability to be as nimble and creative as the small businesses he has advised is impressive, and you won't want to miss his talk!

Tech Talent South (TTS) is a Charlotte-based coding bootcamp dedicated to fostering talent in technology throughout the southeast United States and aid the region in evolving its high-tech hubs. To make this dream a reality, TTS has launched campuses in high-growth technology cities including Charlotte, Atlanta, Raleigh, Asheville, New Orleans, Dallas, Phoenix, San Antonio, Wilmington, Winston-Salem, and Columbus. These campuses are in the heart of each of their respective tech communities and provide students with amazing opportunities to make connections in the local tech scenes. 

TTS truly values community and fostering a strong ecosystem through dynamic and collaborative educational and networking events that bring local startup/tech companies and local professionals together. TTS students are able to immerse themselves in the community, fostering lasting personal and career related relationships with the best people in the community. 

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